Malloy Manor Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... absolutely no liquids of any kind can be packed. So I had to go through lots of my stuff and get rid of most of it. Also no foods can be packed either. I spent my day cooking snacks for the trip with the unpackable food. We began packing up Evan's Xterra with what we will be bringing with us too. I have realized that we have so much stuff!
... with us but Ava (my cat) will be staying will my mom and dad until she can be flown up there after we arrive. The Air Force is shipping all of our stuff so we only need to worry about what we are packing in Evan's Xterra. If anyone knows any cool or weird roadside attractions/tourist sights along our way. Please let me know!! We are going to need short pit stops to break up the driving and why not see the strange things America ...
Today was a short day, only 189 miles, but for some reason it was a very tiring drive. We wanted to depart Deland by 9 am, but we didn't make it. I woke up at 8 and found Bob asleep on the couch. So it was almost 10 by the time we departed Deland. We did not return to I-75 the way we went into Deland, so the ride was better. We didn't really stop like we normally do, so we made it to Grassy Pond about 2 pm. Grassy Pond is the ...
... I may or may not have gone all fan-girl on them. But I tried really hard not to embarrassed myself. Luckily, I got to hang out with them for a couple of days. After that, they travelled to Paraguay. As for me? Well, my human told me that we are also on our way to Paraguay, where she's from, but we are taking the scenic route. So with that, we were off southbound. I'll try to keep you post it and share pictures and stories of our adventures. ...
... felt a calling to the Motherland knew we needed a trip there. Pulling into their drive the whole 'free range pig' concept became abundantly clear. We soon discovered that the never go over 3 pigs per acre and the pigs live in the woods roaming free. They almost seemed like pets to the owner but we were not so attached that we refused a bacon sandwich to wake us up.
The next farm was called Bethel Trails Farm and we were met by ...